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Director Todd Stephens said in the DVD commentary that he used Kodak film up until the point when the boys lose their virginity (after which he started using Fuji film) to portray a rush into reality. See more »
After Griff's confession to Jarod at Muffler's Labor day party, we see a fully clothed Griff jump on a completely naked Jarod. In the next scene, we see Griff striping off his clothes, along with Jarod, who is completely dressed again. See more »
Gosh darn that Wal-Mart sure does have a nice photo shop!
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AGM could easily have been a flop, as many movies in its genre have been. But plenty of comic ideas, a refreshing sense of fun, hilarious sets, good acting and direction, and less attitude kept this film from the midpoint decay and low sustain that can hurt such films.
The director went for some hot action scenes which can be hard to pull off in a comedy. But the director made them work enjoyably without losing the comic energy. Eat your heart out, QAF!
I saw AGM as a part of Seattle's International Film Festival. The big audience very thoroughly enjoyed it. It's not Rocky Horror, but it might be a sleeper classic of a whole new thang.
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